The fourth letter of the basic modern Latin alphabet. (noun)
cardinal number five hundred (500). (noun)
the differential of a quantity (noun)
voiced alveolar plosive (noun)
The fourth letter of the English alphabet, called dee and written in the Latin script. (noun)
The ordinal number fourth, derived from this letter of the English alphabet, called dee and written in the Latin script. (noun)
died, death. (abbreviation)
declared; also abbreviated as dec (abbreviation)
a British penny; an old penny (the modern decimal penny being abbreviated p). (noun)
dice to use in a diceroll (noun)
penny, a measure of the size of nails (noun)
Examples of word d
"Och, to the d-- l with your manners honey," said he, clapping his two hands on my shoulders and pressing me down into the chair, "stay there since you're in it, and be d---- d to you."
Yes, I'll be G-- d d---- d, "and his arms came down slapping against his hips," let him off, with what? why a reprimand at dress parade, that isn't worth a d-- n as a punishment.
[Not to your distinct knowledge; but in all those who send people to 'the other place' for contempt of their interpretations, there is a lurking wish which is father to the thought; 'you _will_ be d---- d' and 'you _be_ d-- d' are Siamese twins].
I have heard the latter say, "d--- it, Sir, why do you not ride and head the hounds?" and he has frequently observed to me, and other sportsmen, "By G-d, that d---- d Parson stuffs himself so at master's table, that he is got as lazy as a cur."
Promoted to Headline (H3) on 10/11/09: Corporate Coup d 'Etat of the U.S. Economy yahooBuzzArticleHeadline =' Corporate Coup d 'Etat of the U.S. Economy'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The concept of communism is reviled in this country for the simple reason that it is blind to human nature and allows a small group of individuals near-total control while sticking it to everyone else.